My work is a mix of many things, and created in a number of ways. Sometimes viscerally — with brush in hand —fueled by loud music, emotion and caffeine, other times it’s more meditative, working in a deliberate fashion. Either way, the work is pulling from feelings and influences from current events, ideas, design, architecture, and music.
The narrative of my current work has evolved into a series I call #Disfashionate. The art is a comment on the way the fashion industry manipulates photographs of women to
completely unrealistic and unattainable levels of beauty - thus establishing a kind of de facto, yet completely artificial standard that is impossible for any actual person to achieve.
Acrylic, House Paint, Photo Transfer & Plaster on Plywood Box